USA: Meals.com Launches Redesigned Web Site
Meals.com, a subsidiary of Coinstar Inc. (Nasdaq:CSTR), today unveiled a redesigned site with easy-to-use layout and browse features. The improved site enables visitors to browse more than 10.000 recipes, plan dinner, and make shopping more efficient. On the Web since 1999, Meals.com provides shoppers with relevant information and special offers based on their personal preferences. Meals.com researched consumers' meal-planning needs and redesigned the Web site to make it easier for visitors to organize a recipe collection, access their favorite recipes, create a personalized grocery list and develop a weekly meal plan. "We understand that today's busy consumers are looking for innovative tools to simply their lives," said Jens Molbak, CEO of Meals.com. "Using our customers' suggestions, we developed a site that offers practical -- yet inspirational -- meal-planning solutions." Some of the new design and browse features include:
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